Katrina, Katrina, Katrina.
My younger sister is about a half century old. She has worked for this chiropractor college, named Sherman College, in my hometown of Spartanburg for about half of her life. In that time she has run their bookstore, worked in their financial office and performed whatever duties they have asked. One very hot summer days when a big college event brought back alumni she worked that event. Students liked her. Other employees liked her.
By Johnny Jackson
It's fall. Well, it started Thursday anyway.
Can it be that fall, the dying season, has come upon us so soon?
The catamaran was bobbing steadily against the waves on its southward trek off the west coast of Kauai. The sun was starting to set at my back as I stood along the side railing, facing the island while talking with a few new friends I had just made. Everything was perfect.
By Ed Brock and Mike Davis
By Brian Howard
Surely, hearts around the nation pulsed a little faster this weekend. On the verge of network premiere week, who wouldn't be a little excited? Well, probably the majority of the cable-consuming world, whose entertainment hungers are more than satiated by hundreds of specialty channels, HBO, Showtime, and Cinemax.
Twin Creeks residents go above and beyond
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From Staff Reports
By Ed Brock
Ling is a 1-year-old, Siamese mix. Ling was rescued from Animal Control. She was obviously pregnant, and delivered only one tiny baby just three days after rescue. Ling needs to spend about 2 more weeks with her baby, then she will be fully vetted and ready to find a new home. Applications are already being taken for Ling, in hopes of having a new family ready and waiting for her when her vet care is completed. She is a very sweet girl, and has a really affectionate disposition. Because of her baby, Ling is not being housed in the humane society shelter, so anyone interested in Ling should contact Robin at (770) 478-7531. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under (insert your deity here) ...
Gran-ma used to take her grandchildren to Hardees, so did granddad. But gran-ma took her tikes there for lunch. Granddad took his crew there for breakfast.
By Johnny Jackson